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Lake Superior Trout
Blue Points in Shell
Little Neck Clams
2 Got them while the\ last 2
Whipping ream that will whip
40c a quart at the Model Bakeiy.
Go to Ilakkerup for photos.
Cream at the Princess fresh
Best tlour, cheapest, Pierce,
E Albrant was at Tenstrike
last night foi a brief business
Nothing can be better than the
best^Mark's lung Balsam is the
Extra fane blue points just re
ceived at Armstrong & Under
Mrs J. P. Young is visiting
with iriends in the country foi a
The Model Bakery delivers
goods to all parts of the city.
Mrs J. E. Flatley, who has
been quite ill for some time, is
Why balance on the verge of
consumption when Mark's Lung
Balsam will cure.
One plain drunk was given five
days in Judge Reynold's court
Rev. C. F. Bloomquist of Bag
ley was a business visitor the
ciiv yesterday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Albiant
are entertaining Mrs. D. D. Rolfe
of Blackduck for a few day
Private families can secure
blue points, lobsteis and clams
from Armstrong & Underwood
For SaleShort mill wood, !^2
per load, dry slabs, ^2 25 pei
cord, delivered. Ui ookston Lum
Jack McCuaig who injured his
leg at the mill some weeks ago,
expects to be discharged withm
a tew days.
Mis Andy Danaher and child
ren leturned to Tenstrike yes
terday evening after a brief visit
in the city.
Friends oi Mrs J. J. Jenkm
son vv ill be pleased to learn that
she is convalescing after a long
spell of sickness.
John N. Guthrie is one of a
large party ot Turtle River people
in the city today combining poll
tics and business and pleasure.
J. O Harris, republican candi
date for logister ol deeds, came
in this morning from Tenstrike
to attend the republican rally to
Mrs. Andrew Peterson was
brought to St. Anthony's hospi
tal yesterday afternoon where
she will be treated for heart
L. G. Townsend, Blackduck's
popular postmaster, was among
the arrivals this morning going
on to Crookston on business tins
We have an unusually large
shipment of lobsters, blue point
and clams and will sell to private
families.desiring these delicacies
Armstrong & Underwood.
Miss Cynthia Webster, one of
the teachers in the Red Lake
school, returned to Red Lake
yesterday after spending a day
or two in the city on business.
The Royal Neighbors will give
a supper and entertainment at
the Masonic Hall Monday even
ing to which they extend a cor
dial invitation to all. Admission
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Johnson
-were in the city today on their
wav to Ciookston. Mr. Johnson
lias a flour and feed business at
Blackduck, and Northome and
one at Crookston.
"If" a woman ever gets so
*'homely'' she isn't worth looking
at, she'd better take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Brings
back the bloom of youth. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. Barker's
Mrs. C. Lyons returned last
night from Minneapolis where
she has been for the past two
weeks at the bed side of her
mother who is confined to a hos
pital and of whose recovery there
are but faint hopes.
Vice President F. P. Sheldon
of the First National Bank of
this city aDd cashier of the First
National Bank of Grand Rapids
returned to his home today after
q V'~ u8 **i sr
a conference with the officials of
the bank here.
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For good butter see Thomp
son, the milk man.
Ed Warren was in the city from
Cass Lake this morning.
.Fresh cream at the Princess
Grocery, 40 cents a quart.
For flour, feed or hay call up
A. M. Pierce. PLone 197.
A large number of men came
in from the west today at noon.
Lobsters, blue points and
clams at Armstrong & Under
F. A. Mayo spent the night at
Tenstrike looking after his pro
pel ty interests there.
Judge Spooner goes to North
ome tonight to hold a special
term of court tomorrow
W. A. Gould and J. E Black
returned today from a three
day's cruise through the woods.
Dick Underwood was num.
be red with the bunch that came
in horn Solway for the rally to*
There is no lever so powerful
as plain and simple factsMark's
Lung Balsam will cure your
Mr and Mrs Thomas Mason
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Huber
were in Bemidji fiom Cass Lake
Bert Gctchell who has been
spending a few da, cruising
near Blackduck returned to Be
midji this morning.
Mrs. J. Dalton who has been at
the hospital for some time ill with
peritonitis was yesterday dis
charged fully cured.
Senator Swedback is erecting
a paint shop in the rear of his
brick block on Beltrami avenue.
The shop will be occupied by J.
The influx of men for the
woods has been strong thf past
two days dunng which time TrJ.
Miller & Co have hit ed over fifty
men for the woods.
Sergant Witte oi the local re
ciuitmg station has sccuied four
more men 1 the artillery
service and they will be sent to
Seattle a lew davs
The republican county com
mittee has opened republican
headquarters in the building for
merly occupied by the Ross
Hardware store. A banner has
been stretched across the street
and the building will be made
comfortable for all. Returns will
be received election night.
Go to Shotley.
A M. Siverson and John
Amundson of Crookston were in
the city last evening on their way
to Shotley to investigate the
drowningof Postmaster Dyrhaug
in Red Lake last Sunday. Mr
Siverson is a brother of Mr Dyr
haug and is much puzzled by the
accounts of the matter which
have leached him, some parts of
the stoiy not agreeing at all with
what he knows of his brother's
habits The two gentlemen wen
to Kelhher last night.
Formed A Club,
Several bnght Bemidji boys
haye foi rnecl a club and pined
"The Worker,"'whose official or
ganisthe '-Children's Tribune,"
a supplement of the Sunday
Minneapolis Tribune The boys
who have formed the club are
John Skoberg, Elmer and Fred
Chamberlain, Clyde and Glen
Peck, Willie Olson and Elmer Ak
erberg. The idea is a good one
and the boys are to be congratur
lated on their enterprise.
Carelessness is responsible for
many a railway wreck and the
same causes are making human
wrecks of sufferers from throat
and lung troubles. But since the
advent oi Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs,
and colds, even the worst cases
can be cured, and hopeless resig
nation is no longer necessary.
Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester,
Mass., is one of many whose life
was saved by Dr. King's New
Discovery. This great" remedy
is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by all druggists.
Price 50c, and 1.00 Trial bot
mvites all who are in bearch of
Good Things to Kat
to try their line of Baked Goods
We have good, wholaome loaves
of Biead: Pies, Cakes, Bis
cuits in fact, anything-
want oui Baked Goods line.
Fifty Years the Standard
Made from pure cream of
tartar derived from grapes.
MICK BAKING POWDER OO.
From South Africa.New Way of
Using Chamberlain's Cough
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing
from Durban, Natal, South Afri
ca, says. "As a proof that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is a
cure suitable for old and young,
I pen you the following A neigh
ber of mine had a child just over
two months old. It had a very
bad cough and the parents did
not know what to give it. I sug
gested that if they would get a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and put some upon the
dummy teat the baby was suck
ing it would no doubt cure the
child. This they did and brought
about a quick relief and cured
the baby." This remedy is for
sale by Barker's Drug store.
"Wilkesbarie, Pa, Nov 3Ten min
ers wcie crushed to death or drowned
in the Auchmcloss shaft of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western com
pany at Nanticoke during the day The
victims, with the exception of one, are
said to be Poles and Slavs.
The men had taken their positions
on the cage to be lowered into the
shaft, the total depth of which is 1,700
feet At the bottom is a sump filled
with water. The shaft is a double one
with two caniages When the signal
was given the engineer to lower the
cago it is said the engine got beyond
the control of the engineer One of the
cages shot upward to the sieve at the
top of the shaft and this caused the
other cage, cairying the men, to be
cone oveibalanced and it tell to the
bottom ol the shaft
A lescuing paity was organized
quickly but the woik of rescue was
difficult A poition of the shaft was
torn out bv the cage in its mad iacc
to the bottom and the shaft was filled
with debus OL all kinds The bodicb
were hoi i ibly mangled Those who
were not killed outright by the fall
weie diowned in the sump The o^
cials of the company ailived at the
mine in a special car and at once be
gan an investigation as to the cause of
The cage containing the men had
all the safety appliances and it ap
poart, that after dioppmg 1,000 feet
the cage caught in the safety fasten
Ings, but it was bi ought to a stop so
suddenly that the bottom dropped out
and the men fell out and landed in the
sump, a distance of 700 feet further
down (he shaft Only one body has
been taken out
The lescuers say it will be late in
the afternoon befoie the other bodies
Winston-Salem, N Nov 3 Thir
teen people are dead and many moio
are fatally injuied as the result
of the bursting of the rcservon
at this place eaily in the morning
One of the biick walls of the reseivoir
collapsed burying the home and fam
ily of Matm Peoples A million an
a half gallons of water were released
and over a mile of territory was de
vastatel Thiiteen residences weie
destroyed and it is impossible at this
time to state how many lives have
been lost Mayor O Eaton is at the
head ol a large rescuing party and
seaich is now being made in the debi
for possible additional victims
The gieatest excitement pievails
and the volunteer lescueis aie he 6
ically woiking in the hope of saving
many who aie known to have been
earned down by the rushing water
The coloied settlement in the vicinitj
of the reset voir was entnely wiecked
and the negioes are woiking dihgentlj
with the whites in the seaich for the
The cause o the disaster was the
overflow of the lese^voir and a thoi
ough investigation will be made in or
der to ascertain if the negligence of
any of the employes at the pump sta
tion was responsible for it The res
ervoir burst without warning and the
victims weie drowned while asleep
in their beds.
The reseivoir is located on Trade
street, the thickly settled portion
of the city The authorities held a
meeting during the afternoon to pre
pare a statement for the public.
Washington, Kan Nov 3 Dr E N.
Smith, chairman of the Washington
county Democratic central committee,
was shot and killed here by S E Bo
nar, a farmer They quaneled over a
bill and Bonar fired at the doctor twice,
one bullet entering his abdomen and
the other piercing his left arm Bonar,
who is an old soldier, suuendeied and
was looked up.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
Pleasant to Take.
The finest quality of granulated
loaf sugar is used in the manu
facture of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and the roots used in
its preparation give it a flavor
similar to maple syrup, making
it quite pleasant to take. Mr.
W. Roderick, of Poolesville,
Md., in speaking of this remedy,
says. "I have used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy with my
children for several years and
can truthfully say it is the best
preparation of the kind I know
of. The children like to take it
and it has no injurious after ef
fect. For sale by Barker's Drug
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut
on the leg of J. B. Orner, Frank
lin Grove, 111. It developed a
stubborn ulcer unyielding to
doctors and remedies for four
years Then Bucklon's Arnica
Salve cured It's just as good
for burns, scalds, skin eruptions
and piles. 25c at all drug stores.
Logging On White Earth.
James E. Black of the Crooks
ton Lumber company reports
that logging operations on the
White Earth reservation for the
company are now getting well
under way. The country is
very rough and a month of good
weather is needed in order to
prepare for a successful season.
The entire logging outfit of Ab.
Smith, consisting of 12 sets of
logging sleds, 2 pair of tote
sleds, camp outfit, cooking and
blacksmith outiit, 2 sets of load
ing jammei'Sjvand everything
pertaining to a complete logging
outfit will be sold at Blackduck
on Nov. 3rd. A good chance to
get an up to date outiit.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing
business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
One Hundred Dcllars for each
and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, A. 1886.
A W. Gleason,
[Seal.] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh cure is taken
ternally, and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials
free. F. J. Cheney & Co
Sold by all druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's ^unily Pills for
When once liberated within
your system, it produces a most
wonderful effect. It's worth
one's last dollar to feel the pleas
ure of life that comes by taking
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
Barker Drug: store.
*A Queer Collection.
The Presbvterian young peo
ple, who will conduct a rummage
sale which begun today in the
Beaudette tailor shop, have dec
orated a window with a portion
of their stock. For variety the
window probably beats that of
any other display in town.
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails
to show proper respect for old
age, but just the contrary in the
case of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They cut off maladies no matter
how severe and irrespective of
old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice,
Fever, constipation all yield to
this, perfect pill. 25c at all drug
Spoke at Northome.
Representative A. L. Cole of
Walker and Rev. Frederick
Brown held a rousing political
meeting at Northome last even
ing. Mr. Cole, who is well known
throughout northern Minnesota,
is a candidate for re-election to
the legislature and Mr. Brown is
an eloquent speaker. Mr. Cole
is sanguine of republican success
all along the line.
The Best Liniment.
"Ckamberlain's Pain Balm is
considered the best liniment on
the market," write Post & Bliss,
of Georgia, Vt. No other liniment
will heal a cut or a bruise so
promptly. No other affords such
quick relief from rheumatic
pains. No other is so valuable
for deep seated pains like lame
back and pains in the chest
Give this liniment a trial and you
will never wish to be without it.
Sold by Barker's Drug store.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"1 was taken severely sick
with kidney trouble. I tried all
sorts of medicines, none of which
relieved me. One day I saw an
ad of your Electric Bitters and
determined to try that. After
taking a few doses I felt relieved
aud soon thereafter was entirely
cured, and have not seen a sick
day since. Neighbors of mine
have been cured of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver and kidney
troubles and general debility."
This is what B. F. Bass, of Fre
mont, N. writes. Only 50c at
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Beginning November 1 and continuing until November 27th,
we will sell Hardware to the people of Bemidji and
vicinity at never-before-heard-of prices as we will dis-
continue business on December 1st in favor of a new
firm and must reduce our stock.
Come in. and see us
A good IX Clothes Boiler &i g\(\ Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, per set g
500 feet of Tar Paper pl.vv Large Bird Cages fjpi.vv
These are just examples*. We shall dispose of everything in the store at like prices.
Everything cut to the Core!
The obect of this sale is not to make money
But to close out the Goods!
BEMIDJI MER. CO:
Fancy Kings, per peck
Lemons, per dozen
Concord G-rapes, per bskt, 30c.
White Clover comb Honey per lb.
Fresh Celery Per bunch
Fresh Cremery Butter Per lb. 28c.
Call and See Oiir China and Glass Ware
Which We are Selling at a Discount.
BEMIDJI MER. CO.
IT IS TIME!
to buy that watch. Before selecting Don't fail to view my line
which is one of the most complete ever displayed in this citj
High Grade Artistic Designs
in Cut Glass, Hand Painted China and Silverware, going at
pieces that are as low as G-ood Goods can be sold
Thursday, $ Bargain Day
we offer a laige and complete assortment of Sterling Siher,
Gold lined bowl Souvenir -spoons, engraved in an} style letter.
WATCH REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY.
George T Baker (L Co.
Located in City Drug Store.
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